• General Meetings

    PDFC meets on the fourth Thursday of the month at the Sheridan Community Center in Bremerton, WA at 7:00pm.

    The meetings may be adjusted for holidays and other circumstances.

    If you would like to join us, please email us at pdfcinfo (at) gmail (dot) com for more information.

  • Upcoming Events

    • General Meeting August 28, 2014 at 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sheridan Recreation Center, Bremerton
    • General Meeting September 25, 2014 at 2:00 am – 3:00 am Sheridan Recreation Center, Bremerton
  • Map

Run-Thru Nights

The Peninsula Dog Fanciers’ Club hosts run-thru nights for Conformation and Obedience to give handlers a chance to get additional practice before entering the show ring. If weather permits, we will be on one of the available grassy areas at the Fairgrounds. If not, we will be in one of the buildings to be determined on the day-of. (Check out our Facebook page to find out where we will be each day!)

2013 Dates:

There are currently no scheduled Run Thru Nights for 2013. We hope to schedule some after our show. Please help us help you by filling out the survey mentioned here regarding the Run Thru Nights.

Click here to sign up to be emailed with Run Thru Night notices and news.

Conformation Run-Thru

$5 per dog ($2 per dog for 4-H Members, FREE for PDFC Members)
Kitsap County Fairgrounds

Need some practice before getting into the ring? These practice sessions are lead by one or more members of PDFC with in-ring show experience. The intent of these sessions is to give new and experienced show-goers a chance to practice stacking, get comfortable with conformation patterns, get their dogs comfortable with being examined by strangers, and get tips and advice from other handlers in a friendly and encouraging environment.

Obedience Run-Thru

$5 per dog ($2 per dog for 4-H Members, FREE for PDFC Members)
Kitsap County Fairgrounds

These practice sessions are lead by one or more members of PDFC with experience in obedience training and competition. The intent of these sessions is to give new and experienced obedience handlers a chance to practice heeling patterns (in groups), long sits, long downs, and other exercises as a group. You can also practice your individual exercises while taking advantage of the distractions!

Meet the Leaders…

Diane Burlingame has been involved in the local dog community since she was a kid, getting hooked by showing her neighbor’s Saint Bernard in conformation at the young age of eleven and joined the Peninsula Dog Fanciers’ Club at seventeen. Diane has taught Conformation classes in the past but is currently focusing on showing and training her own dogs (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers) in Conformation, Rally, Obedience, and Field Events, and plans to add Agility to the list soon. Diane hopes to share some of her knowledge and passion with others in the local dog community through these practice Conformation and Obedience sessions.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 300 other followers